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Racing Drivetrains & Components

Power up your car with racing drivetrains, parts, and components from Behrent's Performance Warehouse. Our racing transmissions, clutches, flywheels, differentials, and driveshafts help give your car more grip and acceleration at each lap to shave time off your runs in qualifying, practice, and on race day when it counts the most. These drivetrains, transmission parts, and components are built for maximum performance; customize your race car drivetrain for your preferred track from dirt to asphalt. You'll also find O-rings, nuts, bolts, spacers, bushings, and all of the little components you need to keep your race car drivetrain running smoothly. Increase your race car's potential for on-track dominance when you build or reinforce your drivetrain with the racing parts and components available at Behrent's.
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What are the components of a racing drivetrain?
A drivetrain consists of the parts of a race car that work together with the engine to move the wheels and get the vehicle in motion. This includes the transmission, differential, driveshaft, axles, CV joints, and wheels.

Which is better for racing, a light flywheel or a heavy flywheel?
This depends on the reaction you're looking for in your race car.

  • A heavy racing flywheel keeps the rotational speed of the engine going and assists in RPM recovery when you let up on the accelerator pedal, but it can lessen your fuel economy.
  • A light racing flywheel offers a quick response time during acceleration and deceleration, but you’ll need more torque to accelerate at a launch (such as a restart).

Is an automatic or manual transmission better for racing?
If you're running a road course or autocross, a manual transmission gives you more control over your gear changes on the corners. In drag racing, an automatic transmission is superior due to faster internal shifting on straightaways.